ISLAMABAD - Urging the international community not to attach any strings with the provision of financial assistance to Pakistan, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani said that no compromise would be made on the countrys sovereignty and integrity. Talking to media persons after his surprise visit to National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) Centre on Wednesday, Premier Gilani said, I have asked the international community to help Pakistan in overcoming its problems rather than creating hurdles adding any economic aid to Pakistan including the Kerry Lugar Bill should not be made conditional. He said that Pakistan is a sovereign country and added, We would never compromise on its honour, dignity and self-respect. Responding to a question, the PM said that Indias interference in Balochistan would not be tolerated any more. He further said that India had not asked Pakistan for any substantial evidence in this regard and added that the issue will be on the agenda when the composite dialogue process starts. About his visit to the NADRA Centre in G-8 Sector, PM Gilani said that he had directed the authorities to reduce the delivery time of Computerised National Identity Cards from one month to 15 days. He directed that the contract employees of NADRA be regularised, as had been done in all the departments. He also directed the Ministry of Interior to send a summary to the cabinet committee in this regard. Earlier, the Prime Minister went around different sections of the centre and asked the people about their problems. Regarding the complaints for long wait, the Prime Minister directed the NADRA officials to take urgent steps to facilitate the people and increase the number of counters to entertain maximum number of applicants at a time. The Prime Minister said that his visit was to personally see the problems being faced by the people in getting CNICs. He further directed that period for standing in long queue be also reduced. The people asked the Prime Minister to send the prepared cards to them through mail or couriers so that they do not have to waste their time. When pointed out about some lacunae found in the CNICs of Afghan refugees, the Prime Minister said such cases must be brought to notice, so that immediate action be taken against them.